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Folkscanomy: Books on Film and Cinema
texts
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A Critical Cinema - Interviews With Independent Filmmakers
Topics: film, films, cinema, sound, critical, shot, filmmakers, images, silent, critical cinema, ernie...
Bitting, K.G. Gastranomic bib.
Topics: Food adulteration and inspection, Coffee, Tea
Boston Public Library Anti-Slavery Collection
by Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880; Child, David Lee, 1794-1874; Gay, S. Howard. inscriber; Southard, Nathaniel; American Almanac Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; American Anti-Slavery Society
texts
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favorite 6
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Title from cover
Topics: Slavery, Almanacs, American
Folkscanomy: Books on Film and Cinema
texts
eye 18,538
favorite 14
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Bazin Andre - What Is Cinema Volume 1
Topics: cinema, theater, film, aesthetic, montage, films, image, bresson, screen, realism, filmed theater,...
Radio Open Source
by Open Source Media
audio
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Christopher Lydon interviews David Foster Wallace on February 21st, 1996, three weeks after the publication of Infinite Jest
Topics: Radio Open Source, David Foster Wallace, Christopher Lydon, The Connection, Infinite Jest
Radio Open Source
by Open Source Media
audio
eye 2,365
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Sven Birkerts discussing David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest.
Topic: David Foster Wallace Infinite Jest Sven Birkerts
Radio Open Source
by Open Source Media
audio
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Radio Open Source program on David Foster Wallace's novel "Infinite Jest"and it's Boston connections.
Topic: David Foster Wallace Infinite Jest
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question
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Community Video
by Luchino Visconti
movies
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Synopsis Based on a novel by Thomas Mann, Death in Venice stars Dirk Bogarde as a German composer who is terrified that he has lost all vestiges of humanity. While visiting Venice, Bogarde falls in love with a beautiful young boy (Bjorn Andresen). The relationship is ruined by Bogardeâs obsession with the boyâs youth and physical perfection; the composer realizes that the child represents an ideal that he can never match. The character played by Dirk Bogarde is evidently intended to be Gustav...
Topics: Death in Venice - Morte a Venezia (1971), Luchino Visconti
MWF Video Club
movies
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Colab 78-80 (1978-80), 26:42 Anybody’s Show by Ulli Rimkus with Christof Kohlhofer & Liz X End of the World by Cara Perlman with Matthew Geller, Cara Perlman & Sally White July 4, 1980 by Bobby G with Community BD. 12 Summer Youth Employment Program Real Estate Show with Peter Moehnig, Rebecca Howland, Alan Moore Shipwreck by Alan Moore with Cara Perlman, David Levine, Jim Sutcliffe & Bobby G Dance of the Leper by Jim Sutcliffe All Color News (Colab) with Beth B, Scott B, Alan...
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
movies
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Times Square Show (1980), 2:26 Three public service announcements: Directed by Beth B & Scott B; Edited by Robert Burden; Camera by Al Vasquez; With Jack Smith; Producers: Robert Burden, Coleen Fitzgibbon; Executive Producers: Collaborative Projects, Inc. and NCI Inc. Directed by Matthew Geller, Alan Moore & Andrea Callard; Editors: Robert Burden, Phil Fallo; Camera: Al Vasquez; With Andrea Callard, Joe Lewis, Alan Moore & William Scott; Music: EJ Rodriguez; Producers: Robert...
Topic: Potato Wolf
Podcasts
by The Feminine Critique
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Have you been feeling a little stalked lately? Like someone is tailing your rear and stealing the underpants that once covered them? That's probably because you're about to listen to Christine and Emily tackle obsession via their super awesome bachelor spacepads. First up is 1965's chilling and underrated The Collector, a Terrence Stamptacular production also starring a pre-fetus licking Samantha Eggar and directed by a post-Ben Hur William Wyler. We class things up next with Brian DePalma's...
Topics: the feminine critique, podcast, movies, the collector, william wyler, john fowles, brian depalma,...
Community Audio
audio
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Joe Milutis reads selections from his work, including "'The Creative Act,' by Marcel Duchamp, as a Mad Lib;" the "Anti-Oedipus" song, selections from his "New American Songbook Project," description of "virtual" pieces, selections from his translation of Mao's Little Red Book ("Mao Vincit Omnia"), and an excerpt of Book III of his sound poem "Alo Ado (The Erotic Cosmogony of a Faux Aztec Prince)."
Topics: poetry, sound art, write through, virtual, song, translation, transmutilation, Bowery Poetry Club,...
Community Audio
audio
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Daniel W Smith discussed Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's works Anti-Oedipus & A Thousand Plateaus at the Collegium Phaenomenologicum 2009. Smith, a professor of philosophy at Purdue University, is a leading expert of Deleuze and Guattari's work. In these lectures, he lucidly outlines the theories and implications of the most political sections of Deleuze and Guattari's work while giving special attention to the primary source materials and philosophical arguments that the authors...
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Topics: deleuze, guattari, anti-oedipus, a thousand plateaus, daniel w smith, psychoanalysis, desire, the...
Universal Library
by Bergson,Henri.
texts
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Topics: NATURAL SCIENCES, Biological sciences in general, General and theoretical biology
PIMS - University of Toronto
by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941; Paul, Nancy Margaret; Dowson, M. E. (Mary Emily), b. 1848
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Topics: Mind and body, Memory
Radio Open Source
by Open Source Media
audio
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Radio Open Source takes a tour of the Boston sites that inspired David Foster Wallace's "Infinite Jest"
Topics: david foster wallace, infinite jest, radio open source, chris lydon, lydon, christopher lydon
Whitney Museum of American Art
by Kubota, Shigeko, 1937-
texts
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[Exhibition] Shigeko Kubota, three mountains, May 22-June 3, 1979 : Taka Iimura, I=you=he/she, June 5-June 17, 1979 : new video.
Topic: American Art
Cover Art Archive
by In Trance 95
image
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Community Audio
by Peter Coukis
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dark ambient music 
Topics: dark ambient, peter coukis